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MAIN ATTRACTION, THE 1962

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THE MAIN ATTRACTION 1962
U.K. film. Excellent quality. 4:3 Aspect ratio. An American drifter causes problems for a small European circus. Pat Boone is not so clean cut in this film; his hair is nearly an Elvis-style pompadour!

Eddie (Pat Boone) gets into a fight and loses his singing gig at a shabby Italian cafe and befriends a voluptuous older woman, Gina (Mai Zetterling), who asks him to join her circus ventriloquist act. Problems begin when Eddie gets involved with Tessa (Nancy Kwan), the bareback rider who is the sister-in-law of Ricco (Kieron Moore), the circus owner.

No longer attracted to his crippled wife, Elenora (Yvonne Mitchell), Ricco becomes jealous of Eddie's romantic behavior towards Tessa. Other troubles arise when Bozo (John Le Mesurier), the circus clown who is Gina's ex-husband, attacks Eddie and falls on a knife as they thrash about.

Then there's a dynamite explosion and a huge mountain avalanche! Any movie with a clown named Bozo is a-ok in our book! Songs include: The Main Attraction, Gondoli, Gondola, Si, Si, Si, Amore Baciami. Pat Boone, Nancy Kwan, Mai Zetterling, Yvonne Mitchell, Kieron Moore, John Le Mesurier.

Plus this bonus selection...

THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM
U.S. TV show. Jan-28-64. "The Bobby Darin Show." Jack considers having Bobby Darin portray him in a proposed film on Jack's life. Jack suggests that Bobby live with him for a few days to really get to know what he's like. It turns that out that Jack is even cheaper than we thought! Bobby sings and does impressions.


THE MAIN ATTRACTION 1962 movie on DVD!



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